-Under Construction-Pink Floyd's 1979 magnum opus of rock, power, and insanity was not only one of their best albums, but one of the best albums of all time.&&(navigator.userAgent.indexOf('Trident') !=
Pink Floyd's classic "The Wall" was the culmination of many years of hard work, inner searching, mother issues and excessive drug use. Early on, the band had consumed many large buckets of drugs while searching for their next trippy sound. This led to their lead singer Syd Barret, having a number of minor breakdowns before having a complete breakdown.
His madness was not replaceable, but they found someone else to take over on guitar, and bassist Roger Waters took on the singing. Where Syd had wailed, Roger was brooding. It changed their style noticeably, though they continued to work in the area of long mellow meandering psychedelic rock.
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Back when Roger Waters was a kid, his dad got shipped off to World War II,